We are so glad to be part of this program
Thanks for giving us the opportunity to be part of this wonderful program.
What a great organization. Thanks so much!
Thanks for this opportunity to celebrate Earth Day as a school and to add more GREEN to the environment!
The students are always EXCITED to get their trees and plant them in the community.
We love this project.
We are proud to be a founding sponsor of Neighborhood Forest. It’s rewarding to see the good it does for our neighborhood.
I can’t tell you enough how impressed I am by your organization and how user friendly you made this for both me and the parents. This is such a wonderful endeavor.
What better way to celebrate Earth Day then by connecting kids to nature? We’re proud to support Neighborhood Forest’s free seedling program to foster this connection.
Our daughter really loves this program! Her maple from 2 years ago is really pretty and growing tall in her grandmother’s yard and her tamarack from last year is beautiful and growing strong in our back yard. So, thanks for providing this, it means a great deal to our child.
Kids are cute and so are the little trees we give away for free, every Earth Day. Be patient and take care of your little tree – in a few short years that little tree might be bigger than you! Keep Reading
Neighborhood Forest gets thousands of kids involved in the tree preparation, packing, distribution, and planting process every Earth Day. Here is a sneak peek of what it might look like in your school come Earth Day. Join us! Keep Reading
Our dear friend, Katie Strand, created this epic video and GoFundMe campaign to help bridge the funding gap from the incredible surge in participation we unexpectedly received this year. Check out her amazing video and song, "I Love Trees!" Keep Reading
INVOLVD created and shared this wonderful piece on Neighborhood Forest's genesis story and vision for the future. Enjoy! Keep Reading
Neighborhood Forest gives kids and families an easy and fun way to reduce your carbon footprint – by planting trees! Urban and residential trees beautify our neighborhoods, increase property values, reduce our utility bills by providing shade or serving as Keep Reading